PRJ – REVIVAL (local)
/ SO 3.1
Revitalization and Reuse of the lost heritage in the Adriatic landscape
3.1: Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development
Municipality of Forlì
Local, regional and national public authorities
Cultural and natural heritage management bodies
Regional and local development agencies, enterprises (in particular SMEs within the cultural and creative industry as well as the environmental and tourism sector)
Education and training organisations as well as universities and research institutes
In all the Italian and Croatian cities and towns involved in REVIVAL, there are many dismissed areas, buildings (e.g. summer camps, schools, barracks, military fortifications) and industrial complexes lying in a state of neglect and decay. This is an almost totally lost heritage, that today must be re-discovered, revitalized and reused for multiple reasons. REVIVAL will allow to transform the lost cultural heritage in a leverage for a sustainable and more balanced territorial development, in which a relevant abandoned man-made heritage will play a central role. As the starting point is clear, the change that REVIVAL will introduce is to put at the center of attention of regional and local communities and potential investors the lost heritage concerned and try to find for it creative and sustainable solutions.
Municipality of Forlì
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Forli' - Italy
The City is running local community & promoting cultural & tourism development of its territory. It is equipped with specific offices: Cultural Affairs & Galleries & Museums Service, Library Service & Institution "Fund for Culture", a dedicated Tourism Office. Since implementation of project ATRIUM, managed as LP, it becomes clear that mission of Municipality is promoting its further development through culture, tourism, urban regeneration &sustainable reuse of its 20th century heritage.
Contact person: Francesco Natale
Municipality of Campobasso
The Municipality represents own community, gathers and organizes the proposals coming from own citizens to guarantee a sustainable development of its territory and improve the life quality at each level. Furthermore, the Municipality of Campobasso participates to private and public initiatives to promote tourist activities, valorise the cultural, natural and environmental resources, preserve the historical and artistic heritage and develop different economic sectors.
Contact person: Sabrina Tirabassi
Municipality of Cesenatico
The Municipality of Cesenatico has a EU projects office in charge of collecting information on Call for Proposals as well as search for partners. It performs a crosscutting support to all the other departments and offices of the municipalities, identifying needs and priorities to be then adapted, as far as possible, in EU projects.
Contact person: Davide Gnola
Municipality of Pesaro
The Municipality of Pesaro has achieved many experiences in cooperation and international projects since 2005, with particular reference to environmental topics (energy, climate change, sustainable mobility, …). The Municipality of Pesaro is a Municipality with more than 94.000 inhabitants; the organizational structure (which employs about 650 employees) is composed by different Departments, including urban and territorial planning, environment, culture, mobility and transport, tourism
Contact person: Raffaella Razzi
Municipality of Rijeka
With a population of approximately 138,000 inhabitants the City of Rijeka is the third largest city in Croatia. It is the most important Croatian harbour and as an industrial, administrative, cultural and university centre of the Region it serves 400,000 inhabitants. The City of Rijeka has the institutional competence assigned by national laws, namely; urban and territorial planning, environment, transport planning, municipal police, local development etc.
Contact person: Marina Juretić
Municipality of Zadar
City of Zadar is a local self-government unit, determined by the Local self-government and Administration Act and Territories of Counties, Cities and Municipalities in the Republic of Croatia Act. It has 181 employees and 14 administrative departments. The administrative area of the City of Zadar includes 4 nearby settlements, the town of Zadar, as well as the 7 islands.
Contact person: Boris Artić
Public Institution RERA S.D. for coordination and development of Split-Dalmatia County
PI RERA S.D. established as a public institution for the purpose of performing activities of public interest in order to effectively coordinate and stimulate regional development in the area of Split-Dalmatia County. For the purpose of conducting business under the jurisdiction of JU RERA S.D. The following organizational units have been established: the Director's Office, the Regional Development and Strategic Planning Department, the Program and EU Projects Preparation Department.
Contact person: Maja Vukan
University of Zadar
UNIZD is a research-oriented educational institution that connects scientific research and projects, study and teaching. With its 25 departments, it provides scientific, artistic and developmental research, especially in the research programmes of strategic interest for the Republic of Croatia and Zadar County. UNIZD employs excellent experts with years of experience in scientific research in the area of Tourism, History, Arts, Geography, Philology (Italian language and literature) and other.
Contact person: Dijana Vican
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